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Texas Updates Workers' Compensation/Ombudsman Program Notice

The Texas Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) recently released a new version of the Workers’ Compensation/Ombudsman Program notice, which has a publication date of April 2018. Below we’ve provided some information from the Deputy Public Counsel at the OIEC regarding changes to the notice and the current posting requirements. Updates to the Workers’ Comp/Ombudsman Notice The previous notice included language from Rule 276.5(c), which pertained to posting requirements. That

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Texas Updates Unemployment and Payday Law; New TX Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Texas labor law poster is on the Unemployment and Payday Law poster. Texas created a new Unemployment and Payday Law poster that replaces the previous Payday Law poster. This new poster adds unemployment benefit information to the existing payday law poster text. For more information about the Texas labor law poster, or to learn more about our OneSystem with free automatic updates, go to the

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Texas Updates Ombudsman Poster; New TX Labor Law Poster Required

The latest required change to the Texas labor law poster is on the Ombudsman Program poster. The updated poster from the Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) includes New information that the OIEC assists unrepresented injured employees with workers compensation claims New information about how the Ombudsman can help injured employees with disputed issues New law added to the poster We are publishing an updated TX state poster with this

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Texas Updates Workers' Compensation Posters; New TX Labor Law Poster Will Be Required

Employers in Texas will be required to post a new workers’ compensation notice January 1, 2013 whether they are covered by insurance or not. The new notices replace the word “illness” with “occupational disease”. Other changes for covered employers: The Division of Workers Compensation will process any requests for dispute resolution of a claim. The Office of Injured Employee Counsel (OIEC) also provides free assistance and will explain injured employees’ rights

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Texas Does Not Require Child Labor Law Poster

Q:  Is Texas Child Labor Law a required poster?  A:  According to written communication from the Labor Law Investigations Section of the Texas Workforce Commission, “the Child Labor Law poster is not required by law”. This poster is also not included on the Texas Workforce Commission Required Posters list. For more information about the TX labor law poster or to learn more about our Poster Compliance Center OneSystem 1-Year Compliance

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